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Nice Historic Buildings/Interesting State Park
Cedar City is a great place to visit, but there is no nightlife here. There are a couple of bars in town, but I would avoid them. There isn't any good music, and they don't serve cocktails. Just 3.2% Utah beer, and REALLY bad karaoke!
Written Jan 22, 2008
When stopping or passing through Cedar Breaks, make good us of WalMart or other stores before you go skiing or hiking. I grabbed some water and food. Decent price and right off the main road.
Written Jun 28, 2008
Where we stayed in Cedar City...close to Bryce....they held lots of festivals for the locals.....over priced Indian Jewelary....hand made blankets way too expensive......the best way is actually when your driving and you see a stand off to the side of the road...there will be Indians selling their goods....very reasonable...great to make a deal with....better then dealing with prices in any activity for locals. The Indians offer beautiful hand made items...they are well worth looking at....forget the shops in town...too high...You will see lots of these side road stands with native Indians,,,,check it out..very friendly people.
Written Aug 10, 2004
Favorite thing: CedarPix has pictures of motels, restaurants, churches, school, scenery and more. Including the Iron Mission State Park, Southern Utah University and Utah Shakespearean Festival buildings.
CedarPix is located at http://cedarcitypictures.blogspot.com
Fondest memory: Cedar has a great small-town atmosphere. The streets are designed well and so the traffic is great. Cedar is know for the Utah Shakespearean Festival.
Updated Oct 1, 2008